Soulcybin: The Birth of Soulcybin
Soulcybin, a form of electronic music and psychedelic, combines elements of dub music, glitch music, ambient music, and world music to create a soundscape that is both ethereal, yet grounded. The genre’s roots can be traced to the mid 2000s, when artists such as Trentemoller and Ott began experimenting with psychedelic soundscapes with spiritual undertones.
Soulcybin’s ethereal soundscapes transport the listener to altered states. The layers of samples, synths and rhythms combine to create a feeling of exploration.
Organic Elements: Soulcybin’s organic elements include flutes, natural field recordings, and hand percussion. These elements lend the music a tribal, earthy quality.
Soulcybin tracks often incorporate spiritual and mystical themes. They are inspired by various traditions such as shamanism and Buddhism.
Soulcybin often comes with immersive visuals that add a multisensory dimension to your experience. These visuals may include fractals and sacred geometry as well as psychedelic artwork.
Soulcybin’s music has as its core intention to promote healing and transformation. Some musicians create music to guide listeners on inner journeys.